Continuing, the report notes:
“North Korea was not left all alone in its effort to obtain nuclear weapons. North Korea relied heavily on China, its closest ally, to assist in its all-out effort to obtain the atomic bomb. Beijing elected to covertly aid its North Asian ally by proliferation. China allowed Pakistan to send nuclear technology purchased from Beijing to North Korea in exchange for No Dong missile technology. Beijing provided Pakistan with its nuclear weapons technology, including an operational atomic bomb design. Pakistan is now providing North Korea with equipment and engineering to assist in its bomb-making efforts….In 1994, the Wall Street Journal revealed that Chinese-made CSS-2 missile technology had found its way into North Korean hands.”
Oops! Don’t forget that nuke codes were also “accidently” lost under the Clinton administration, but before republitards get excited, they were lost under Cheney, too! The Telegraph states about the Clinton codes:
“Gen Hugh Shelton, who was Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the time, said in his new memoir, “Without Hesitation: The Odyssey of an American Warrior” that “the codes were actually missing for months. That’s a big deal — a gargantuan deal.” A similar claim was made by Lt Col Robert Patterson, a former aide, in a book published seven years ago. He was one of the men who carried the briefcase, known as the “football”, and he said that the morning after the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke that he made a routine request of the president to present the card so that he could provide an updated version.
“He thought he just placed them upstairs,” Lt Col Patterson recalled. “We called upstairs, we started a search around the White House for the codes, and he finally confessed that he in fact misplaced them. He couldn’t recall when he had last seen them.” He said the President lost the card holding the codes, which is known as the biscuit, in 1998, but according to Gen Shelton, the card went missing in 2000.”
Keep in mind that sometimes news stories are faked for propagandist purposes, so the constant “loss” of nukes could also be a psy op for alternate purposes. The same is true of the spy rings, which are hyped and given media attention to turn them into celebrity events, distract from real infiltration, as opposed to exposing real threats. There was a similar incident associated with the Bush administration and Minot AFB:
An interesting connection here is the A.Q. Kahn nuclear network that helped funnel these secrets from the West, to the rest of the “rogue states,” most likely by traitorous elements in the West.
The Collins brothers, citing analyst Joseph Trento, have done excellent work in detailing the analysis of the overall project of the AQ Khan Network being used by certain elite factions to foment a future global conflict. They write:
“The power elite birthed the Khan network through an alliance known as the Safari Club. The Safari Club was a partnership between the American elite and the Saudi elite. According to investigative reporter Joseph Trento, this partnership switched the CIA’s “reliance, for regional intelligence, from Israel to Saudi Arabia” (99). In 1974, the pro-Israel elements within the CIA lost dominance when Counterintelligence chief James Angleton was fired (99). The Agency resented Angleton for his “special relationship with Israel” (99).
In 1976, with the Israel sympathizer out of the way, the Agency turned to the Saudi royal family for help. Times were tough for CIA. America’s ground involvement in Vietnam ended in 1973. Two years later, Saigon fell. 1974 had seen the emergence of the Watergate scandal. Finally, in 1976, America was fed up. It was the infamous “Year of Intelligence.” The Church and Pike Committees began exposing crime and corruption within the intelligence community. Congress was not going to give a nickel to intelligence operations anywhere in the world. With money being tight, the Agency turned to the Saudis for the cash it needed. Through the Safari Club, “the Saudi royal family had taken over intelligence financing for the United States” (102).
In fact, here is an intelligence report that confirms the widespread influence and connections of the Khan Network that suggests a colorful cast fo characters that aid in helping anti-western regimes, such as Iran and North Korea. It was Benazir Bhutto, according to AQ Khan, who helped the Khan network operate:
“Dr Khan is known as the father of Pakistan’s atom bomb but was also at the centre of a proliferation network that sold secret technology to rogue states around the world, including Libya and Iran. In 2004 he signed a confession claiming that he acted without the consent of the government and was pardoned the following day, an account he has now contradicted. “The then Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto summoned me and named the two countries which were to be assisted,” Dr Khan said in an interview with the Jang media group, without naming the two nations.”
Recall that Bhutto was killed, and to add a twist to this story, she had just spoken at my university a few months before she was assassinated. My university, I should note, is a hotbed of Marxism and Marxist indoctrination, as the school regularly features openly Marxist keynote speakers, United Nations bureaucrats, authoritarian leftists, “former” Soviet agents, and radicals. From socialists like Desmond Tutu to Lech Walesa, the roster has consistently been radically left and controlled to such a radical degree that it is laughable, with one or two “conservatives” allowed to speak in smaller rooms on campus. And this is where the story comes full circle: powerful and traitorous western interests are precisely the ones fomenting the destruction and sovietization of the United States. We read recently in the Brussels Journal:
“Vladimir Bukovksy, the 63-year old former Soviet dissident, fears that the European Union is on its way to becoming another Soviet Union. In a speech he delivered in Brussels last week Mr Bukovsky called the EU a “monster” that must be destroyed, the sooner the better, before it develops into a full-fledged totalitarian state.”
A short time after this, the EU commisar Von Rompuy met with Putin to call for global governance of the EU with Russia. This was exactly what the Socialist Internationale had planned all along, as a Moscow satellite, as analyst Joel Skousen has accurately predicted.
China, however, is content to build its armaments and attempt to team up with Russia and the western traitors until the time is right for a pre-emptive strike on the West with Russia, leading to a possible double-cross from Russia. These three predatory power centers are actively engaged in taking down the West, with America as the prize. Skousen writes:
“China clearly has its sights set on world hegemony. The attitude of oriental superiority over occidental bourgeoisie has long pervaded China and even predates Russian predatory tendencies. Realistic analysts who have long experience with both Russia and China know that neither will long be subservient to the other. Russia and China may attempt to use each other for short-term gain, but will eventually tangle for ultimate supremacy.
For the present, Russia and China are teaming up against the West in a new unilateral quest for arms. This is no surprise. The Russians have been arming China, off and on, since the Chinese Communists came to power under Chairman Mao. But now, the Chinese are playing both sides of the fence, East and West. Knowing that Russia is willing to supply it with plentiful quantities of second-rate equipment, China is looking toward the West for advanced American technology and funding in order to upgrade its Soviet and home-grown equipment. At present the US globalist inside at the Pentagon cannot get away with arming China directly, but both Republican and Democratic administrations in recent years have been successful at making it easy for Chinese spies to pierce the US curtain of protection against espionage. It began in the George Bush Sr. administration when the Chinese were given open access to key US defense plants like Hughes Aircraft, and reached tidal wave proportions during the Clinton era. US technology transfers continued unabated during the George W. Bush presidency. The Bush Commerce Department allowed and regularly approved special exceptions to rules as they apply to dual-use transfers to China. This has continued during the Obama administration.”
China is content to keep establishing thousands of front companies and buying up out debt. WorldNetDaily reports:
“China has established more than 3,000 “front” companies in the U.S. to conduct espionage and will become the United States’ greatest intelligence threat in the next decade, according to FBI Director Robert S. Mueller, III.
Mueller told Congress earlier this month the Chinese companies are coordinating espionage efforts against America via thousands of visitors, students and business people who visit the U.S. annually. He said each of them also have a task to perform for Beijing, reported Canada’s Asian Pacific Post.
McAdam worked on “Project Sidewinder,” which essentially was conducted by CSIS and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, or RCMP, between 1994 and 1996.
His study, the Post said, mimics the FBI’s assertions China is the most significant intelligence threat to the West – particularly North America – in the world today….
“It also examined the ability of elements of Asian Organized Crime to act in concert with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and the PRC to take control of sensitive Canadian industries and corrupt our politicians through direct and indirect donations,” the paper said.
Other intelligence experts agree on the spy threat posed by China.”
The West is being turned Soviet, as evidenced by the kinds of policies the authoritarian left institutes in both England and the U.S. As mentioned above, the practice of children tattle tale spies in now a reality, as the DailyMail reports:
“Pupils are being encouraged to shop tax dodgers to their teachers by HM Revenue & Customs. Tax officers have developed teaching modules for schools in which youngsters are asked if they know anyone ‘in their local area’ who is not paying their fair share. HMRC said it did not use the scheme to collect information about tax evaders from children. But critics said it was ‘un-British’ of the taxman to try to turn ‘children into state spies.'”
This is why Globalresearch is now reporting that China and Russia are concerned the US is building a first strike capacity armament. Keep this in mind when viewing alternative media: most of the mainstream and alternative media reporting is almost entirely anti-western, and rarely critical of Russia and almost never of China. This analysis also backs up Skousen’s analysis of the Russian and Chinese concerns over American ABM sites and secret tech:
“Russia’s army, navy as well as air force still have the capability to deal with any challenge. Moscow’s Topol-M missiles are its major strategic nuclear deterrent and the project to deploy them is the most important part of its national armament planning. Russia has a reliable protection system, which also consists of multi-range anti-aircraft missiles to defend against air attacks from even high-precision non-nuclear weapons.
The Russian army has a multi-level firepower system, comprising C-400 and C-400M anti-aircraft missiles, and Thor and Amor anti-aircraft missile launchers, which is regarded as the best anti-aircraft power combination targeting PGS.
Since Russia’s strategic weapon system is better than China’s in terms of numbers, mobility and protection capabilities, some experts believe that the US army’s PGS poses a greater threat to China than Russia.”
The article’s later discussion of “peace” and disarmament is the classic communistic tactic, when Russia and China are arming to the teeth:
“Some insightful people in the US have indeed emphasized the importance of maintaining global strategic stability. In 1967, Robert McNamara, then US secretary of defense, suggested that the former Soviet Union restrict the development of its anti-missile system to avoid escalating tensions. Initially, the Soviet Union opposed the idea but eventually it accepted it because it realized that developing the anti-missile system was destabilizing the world. This led to the 1972 Treaty on the Limitation of Anti-Ballistic Missile Systems between the Soviet Union and the US.
In 1985, when the US began experiments on how to use missiles to destroy low earth orbit satellites, many American senators and scholars said a US-Soviet Union race in this field was dangerous. Since the Soviet Union had unilaterally stopped its anti-satellite experiments in 1983, the US also gave up its tests later.
People who value peace hope that long-distance launching vehicles for precision-guided conventional warheads and missile defense systems will be part of the agenda at the strategic arms reduction talks.”